The results of VHF ionospheric scatter measurements made in the European-Mediterranean area are shown to be in good agreement with results obtained in continental United States.Sporadic-E propagation was observed much more frequently in the EuropeanMedite Topic: Ionospheric radio wave propagation.
Extensive numerical results are presented for the reflection coefficient of a horizontally stratified ionized medium. The profiles of electron density and the collision frequencies are both taken to be exponential functions. The d-c magnetic field is ta Topics: Electromagnetic waves., Ionospheric radio wave propagation.
byMenzel, Donald H.; Smith, Ernest K., Jr. (editors)
Contents:Microscopic theory of ionospheric cross-modulation; Ionospheric wave interaction using gyro-waves.Part 1.The night-time lower E-region; Wav * e interaction at oblique incidence, near the gyro frequency; Non-linear propagation of electromagnetic w Topics: Ionosphere--Congresses., Ionospheric radio wave propagation--Congresses.
The principal results of this technical note are graphical presentations of the attenuation rates, phase velocities, and excitation factors for the dominant modes in the earth-ionosphere waveguide.The frequency range considered is 8 kc/s to 30 kc/s. *The Topics: VLF emissions., Ionospheric radio wave propagation.